Boards of directors of companies included in the major UK stock indices They now have more than a third of women, That number has increased by 50% in five years, according to a government report released on Wednesday.
The Hampton-Alexander study, commissioned by the British government in 2016, also highlights that the FTSE-100, 250 and 350 indicators are: Achieve the goal of one third of the women In boards of directors by the end of 2020, adds a statement from the British government.
He added that although “men continue to dominate the top positions in leading British companies, the Hampton-Alexander study has seen remarkable progress in five years.”
In September, a study by Cranfield University and the consulting firm EY estimated that though women They are more present In the UK boards of directors, they are still quite few in management teams.
5 only in public administration positions
In the FTSE-100 Index, which includes the largest listed companies in the UK, women hold no more than 13.2% (10.9% last year) of senior executive positions and only 5 in executive positions. And this study reminds the General Directorate.
association British investors On Wednesday, it said its members will pressure listed companies to increase the diversity of their boards of directors and take action to combat climate change.
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